reply to post by the_love_revolution
I understand it, lots of people feel the same way as you do.
But its just a continuation of the inner disorder, humans wanting to change the outer structure.
throughout history man has tried to change the structure and has never suceeded in changing it.
We made systems political, religious and economical, laws, and so on but humans are still as they were, violent, brutal, greedy, jealous,
So thats why we need to transform ourselfs innerly, at the root.
This transformation which is an inner revolution means the end of us, our ego, and its only then that love can exist.
If we are, love is not.
This is something people don't want to hear, they resist against it because they do not grasp it.
The 'me' my house, my car, my money, my succes, my wife or husband, my children, my country, my believe, my love, my effort, its all based on the
self who is protecting all that he has.
Love is always in a direction, also fleeting as grass, loving all that's is helping him, hating all that don't.
If the ego is not, love has no direction but embraces all.
And looking at the world, i don't see this unconditional love anywhere but only violence, war, polution, destroying, division, killing, and so on.
Nowhere, not in any society or system we have created is there a ground in which it can flower.
I think that it is the real culture that is lacking, flowering in goodness.
I dont know if i am conveying it with clarity but its the disorder in us that is spilled out into the outer world and to what we react.